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Rock Garden has only been open for a couple of years but is already known known for its live music in Torquay. Also serving delicious food, either freshly made pizzas cooked in our wood burning stone oven or our legendary burgers and juicy steaks. Also served are; salads to sandwiches and soups to stews as well as a separate vegan, vegetarian and gluten free menu. As expected all our food is freshly made and prepared on the premises. The other reason behind Rock Garden’s success is the large outdoor space with an incredible beer garden. The garden has to be seen to be believed. During the summer you can soak up the sun while enjoying our food, jugs of Pimms or one of our amazing cocktails.
40-42 Swan Street, Torquay, TQ2 5ES
The Bell Inn is an outstanding 17th century inn, complete with exposed beams, flagstone floors, oak furniture, open fireplaces and a warm welcome. They have a gluten free menu and often have gluten free specials on the specials board.
Binton Road, Welford-on-Avon, CV37 8EB
Nestled between ancient smugglers cottages on the harbour and Fish Quay, just a few yards from the beach ‘The Blue’ (as it is affectionately known) is one of the quaintest pubs you may ever come across.
The Blue Peter Inn, Quay Road, Polperro, PL13 2QZ
One of Warwick’s top pubs, the Cape of Good Hope is a free house with excellent beer, good food and a superb setting, situated a few yards from the busy Grand Union canal. Open all day every day for food and drink from 12pm Monday – Sunday. Our full menu is available from 12pm-9:15pm every day except Sunday when it’s just our Sunday Menu 12pm-8pm. Gluten free options are clearly marked on the menu and there is a separate fryer for gluten free options.
66 Lower Cape, Warwick, CV34 5DP
The Colesbourne Inn is an old coaching Inn dating back to 1827, set in the heart of the picturesque Cotswold countryside. Occupying two acres, the Inn has nine letting rooms, a lovely restaurant, traditional bar including a terrace and garden with stunning country views. The Inn caters for a wide range of customers and has its own dedicated gluten free menu.
Colesbourne, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 9NP
The Fire Station is a unique bar and restaurant offering craft beers, fine wines and bespoke cocktails along with freshly cooked seasonal food. The Robata grill influences the menu, offering succulent meat cooked over charcoal with an open flame. Robata directly translates into fireside cooking, perfect for a fire station, and the menu is inspired by this style. As food is cooked fresh, a lot of the menu can be adapted to cater for gluten free requirements.
St James Square, Cheltenham, GL50 3PU
The George has been around for as long as anyone can remember, but in early 2016 it was been treated to a huge makeover including all 15 en-suite bedrooms. Food is something we take very seriously here. Where we can, food is sourced locally. We know buying local is important. We want our suppliers to be able to sell their produce locally, and here at the George, we’re proud to be a part of that. For those items that we need to look further afield for, like our fish, we know exactly where it’s come from and we’ll make sure you know too. Gluten free options are clearly marked on the menu.
8 High Street, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 4AJ
We are an award winning country pub with a South African twist. We are in a beautiful village location with a lovely garden and children’s play area. We are unique to Somerset with our food offerings as many people want to try our South African meals as there is nobody else who offers this. We have an extensive gluten free menu where nearly 95% of our menu is gluten free, even fish and chips.
Blundells Lane, West Monkton, Taunton, TA2 8NP
The Old Courthouse was designed in an ‘Italianate style’ by the surveyor of County Courts, Thomas Charles Sorby and built between 1869 and 1871. It’s a truly stunning building with many of its key features still intact for all to see. The courtroom is largely unaltered after all these years with huge marbled columns reaching up to a glass window feature in the ceiling and well-worn wooden docks which would have some tales to tell if they could only talk. Now a bar presides over the room rather than a judge, serving a vast array of gins and whiskies, local ales and fine wines. On the ground floor was the large public waiting area, it makes for a great pub with a long, packed bar on one side and stretches of comfortable seating the other. The two smaller rooms that now make up our Private Dining Room and our “cosy room” were once the Counsel and Solicitors Room and the Clerk’s Office which thankfully still retains its original fireplace. You’ll find book cases crammed for your perusal with comfy highback chairs to squirrel away in peace if you are so inclined. You will also on occasion find live music played […]
The Old Courthouse, County Court Road, Cheltenham, GL50 1ND
The Plough and Harrow is a warm and welcoming carvery pub and restaurant, with its very own courtyard and beautifully landscaped garden. Enjoy beautiful views in the heart of the picturesque Drakes Broughton. With its stunning stylish interiors, great selection of wines, gins, real ales and lagers, and the wide choice of delicious seasonal dishes, the Plough and Harrow provides the perfect place to socialise and enjoy a fine drink and delicious meal. They offer a selection of gluten free options and most carvery items can also be made to accommodate gluten free.
Drakes Broughton, Worcester Road, WR10 2AG
The Rope and Anchor is a traditional English pub, set just off Poole Quay next to Poole Museum, serving quality home cooked food and cask ales in a relaxed atmosphere. Based on Sarum Street, Daniel Jesson and James Keer will provide a very friendly and warm welcome! Whether you’re popping in for a pint, or a family meal, we’ll make sure we take care of you.
4 Sarum Street, Poole, BH15 1JW
Experience the unique atmosphere of a place in history that is steeped in intrigue and mystery. Imagine yourself taking a drink in the same place that pirates and smugglers once used some 750 years ago. The Turk’s Head serve the freshest, finest local produce, recognised by numerous awards. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy. Take in the Cornish sun while eating your meal al fresco in the covered seating area.
Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AF